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I was doing some digging and stumbled upon this. I'm pretty sure I hear Out Ta Get Me and Bad Obsession. 

0:49 – Out Ta Get me???

1:10 – Bad Obsession

Donald Trump, Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell can be seen in that party :wow:

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There is this little anecdote in Matt Sorum's book: Still, when we finally got to play [at MSG, 1991] it was fun, and after our first gig, Donald and Ivanka Trump came over to us. We had just fin

You know, in 1992 every party probably was playing GNR music at some point.

that's the thing with music (or art in general) not only the nice and good ones admire it

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14 minutes ago, All Cautions Made said:

I was doing some digging and stumbled upon this. I'm pretty sure I hear Out Ta Get Me and Bad Obsession. 

0:49 – Out Ta Get me???

1:10 – Bad Obsession

Donald Trump, Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell can be seen in that party :wow:

Almost, 49secs is perfect crime and yes 1.10 is bad obsession. There is another GNR song at the 18second that i cannot make out....maybe thats out ta get me?.

Someone should tag that to axls twitter.

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1 hour ago, All Cautions Made said:


Donald Trump, Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell can be seen in that party :wow:

that's the thing with music (or art in general) not only the nice and good ones admire it:shrugs:

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The UYI's sold alot of copies and would have only been released a short while before then.

They were probably had Michael Jackon songs of Dangerous playing in the background too, though Heal the World or Black or White probably weren't Trump favourites.

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28 minutes ago, dando said:

Bad obsession is kinda fitting actually 

As is 'Perfect Crime'! 

Must have been a charming social occasion that one though. Some of the world's brightest and best. 

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33 minutes ago, jamillos said:

Almost had a heart attack for a second, reading GNR played there.

Considering the current fanatic climate - that would be the end of the band.

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27 minutes ago, smokingarthur said:

That must have been a great party. Regrettably I was a high-school teen at the time. 

I think you'd have been made to feel most "welcome" by Mr Epstein. 

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54 minutes ago, Rayno said:

Considering the current fanatic climate - that would be the end of the band.

Not sure this fanaticism would be the real culprit in such situation though. 

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3 minutes ago, jamillos said:

Not sure this fanaticism would be the real culprit in such situation though. 

 I wouldn't bother (see other thread). My first ever block on here! 

He/she is still trying to message me though. Rather peculiar agenda I feel. 

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4 minutes ago, jamillos said:

Not sure this fanaticism would be the real culprit in such situation though. 

Sorry, but I don't get you here, mate. I just don't understand what you mean so I'm asking. Guns were/are not responsible for some idiots playing their songs on their fucked up party, right?

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3 minutes ago, allwaystired said:

 I wouldn't bother (see other thread). My first ever block on here! 

He/she is still trying to message me though. Rather peculiar agenda I feel. 

I did not "message" you. I just publicly answered your post as it was directed to me and other members are reading this thread. That's all.

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We're in a Climate Crisis and yet the only "climate" I hear most people talk about with any concern is the so-called "climate" created by hashtags about positive social change that mysteriously stress them out. Hashtags, friends. :facepalm::lol:

#ClimateCrisis

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Out Ta Get Me playing at Trumps party... he already new about the socialist deep state?? :lol:

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9 minutes ago, Rayno said:

Sorry, but I don't get you here, mate. I just don't understand what you mean so I'm asking. Guns were/are not responsible for some idiots playing their songs on their fucked up party, right?

Absolutely. The train of thought was that I misread it as them having played there (I know it's nonsense), in which case if they were dissed for that by the public - as you've suggested - that wouldn't be fanaticism, that would be actually justified, considering the said company (Epstein, Trump), that's all. 

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16 minutes ago, soon said:

We're in a Climate Crisis and yet the only "climate" I hear most people talk about with any concern is the so-called "climate" created by hashtags about positive social change that mysteriously stress them out. Hashtags, friends. :facepalm::lol:

#ClimateCrisis

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Out Ta Get Me playing at Trumps party... he already new about the socialist deep state?? :lol:

We're in a climate crisis indeed. And it's far more important than anything else.

Doesn't mean there's no such thing as a social climate.

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18 minutes ago, Rayno said:

We're in a climate crisis indeed. And it's far more important than anything else.

Doesn't mean there's no such thing as a social climate.

.... Yup. And I just successfully lambasted that how for some their take on the social climate amounts solely to their absurd fear of hashtags. Try and keep up :lol:

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3 minutes ago, Blackstar said:

There is this little anecdote in Matt Sorum's book:

Still, when we finally got to play [at MSG, 1991] it was fun, and after our first gig, Donald and Ivanka Trump came over to us. We had just finished our encore and were all sweaty, drinking beers. I remember Axl looked Trump from head to toe and said, “You know our music?”
He smiled and replied, “No, I saw you in Forbes magazine.”

Yeah, I very much doubt Trump is a fan of theirs. I doubt he's a 'fan' of anything musical really - just money. 

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